If I had known I had a soulmate somewhere in the world, I would have said no to father. He got me engaged at the age of fifteen to a man I had never seen and didn’t know. I got married when there was still a month left to my eighteenth birthday. Thank God I didn’t say no, otherwise I wouldn’t had my two lovely children.
Love between two people grow when you work at it, and iron out your differences. It’s just like nurturing a plant to grow and spread.
R (who was twelve years older than me) and I were two completely different people. We weren’t the yin and yang. It wasn’t rosy all the way. As usual we were having a difference of opinion. He wasn’t listening to me. Throughly fed up with his pigheadedness, I told him,”I spent my lifetime with you on this earth, but I am going to ask God to give you someone else as a wife in the Hereafter. I won’t like to be your wife there”.
Before storming out of the room I heard him say, “And I am going to ask God to give you to me there too”.
I laughed, and my irritation with him evaporated in a second.
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Daily Prompt: Yin to My Yang
How do you define the term “soulmate,” and do you believe in the existence of such a person — for you?